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The class-action lawsuit was filed Tuesday on behalf of Ryan Decoteau, Anthony Gomez and Dominic Duran by student lawyers at the University of Denver. DOC spokesman Roger Hudson said he has not had a chance to review the lawsuit and could not comment.
Roger Hudson, a spokesman for the Colorado Department of Corrections, said it appears Bebb-Jones has completed and submitted the paperwork necessary to transfer his incarceration to the United Kingdom. He also has paid off his court-ordered
Colorado parole officers committed fundamental supervision errors in more than 60 percent of the cases they handled, a review of more than 2,000 audits shows. The audits, conducted over the past three years and examined by The Denver Post, reveal
A department veteran will be Colorado's new director of prisons. The appointment of Steve Hager, announced Thursday, is the latest of several changes in the top ranks of the Colorado prison system since the executive director of the Department of
The governor's proposed state budget would increase parole spending by $10 million to bring the total amount spent up to $49.4 million. In budget documents, officials with the Colorado Department of Corrections said they still are forming a plan to
On the surface, Homaidan al-Turki may not seem like the world's most sympathetic prison inmate, given his 2006 conviction for keeping his Indonesian housekeeper as a sex slave for four years. But that hasn't deterred his supporters in Saudi Arabia
On the roster of lifers, sex offenders now outnumber everyone else killers, kidnappers, armed robbers, arsonists, habitual offenders, adults who fatally abuse children. Sixty-three percent of all Colorado prisoners sentenced to life are sex offenders,
Colorado's new executive director of corrections said he would unveil on Friday reforms and policy changes to the parole system when he appears before state legislators. "The corrections you see today will be much different starting tomorrow," Rick
Parole officers in the unit that oversaw parolee Evan Ebel, the suspected killer of the late prisons chief Tom Clements, met department standards for face-to-face parolee contact just 58 percent of the time during the month Clements was killed. Ebel
Colorado Department of Corrections is buying ballistic vests for parole officers following the fatal shooting of the department's director. TV ( http://tinyurl.com/ltq2qa6 ) that that some of the vests issued by the agency had expired five years ago.